A Migrant Rights Infographic
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Kuwait’s parliament recently approved two laws on migrant domestic labor; one establishes a public-sharing company that organizes the recruitment of domestic workers and the second regulates workers, employers, and recruiters. While one law ...Continue Reading
Last Month, Saudi and Uganda signed a 5-year bilateral agreement that will see the recruitment of one million Ugandan domestic workers to the Gulf ...
Civil society organisations for migrant workers in the Gulf countries are not working in conflict zones or in the wreckage of natural disasters, but ...